Hilly dry land fields in need of experienced farmer or at the least tractor operator. Presently conventional rotation of oats, vetch, wheat, peas, clover.
3 year plan to address, control , take advantage of vigorous wild radish and field mustard invasion, (to prevent present farmers from chemically saturating soil in retaliation against these weeds). Consider if it's feasible to grow ancient grains like kamut or Farro. Or why not naked barley for the local breweries?
Biodynamic, pemaculture forest farm, refurbish and expand old orchard. Multi-use, , Roadside attraction with cut flower bouquets and herb stand, Historic Veterans Memorial Garden plots, Designated protected Pollinator habitat hedge, off-grid retreat/writers cabin. Each year create or add a new type of ethnic bee hive in different microclimates for future display or educational tour. Plant a Tea "alley" variety of cultivars along extraordinarily warm south facing property line. Plant more trees!
Long history, dry land field rotation of wheat, peas, clover. Currently in oats and vetch.
Conventional chemical inputs. Limed extensively 2017. Fields surrounded with blackBerry invasion could use goat grazing clean-up, rusting abandoned vehicles, Ancient orchard.
I think laurelwood Loess, Sandy Liam of North side of Chehalem mountain region... Suspect some compaction, years of heavy equipment tillage, some erosion from water running down steep areas during winter.
2 grain bins, room for hoop houses. Intermittent use of repair shop.
Water from shop well only to irrigate about half an acre.
Multiple tractors, combines, variety of old equipment
Dry land. One field is steeper than a cow's face.
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